A hermie plant will produced trichomes, but fewer than a female plant due to much of the plant’s energy going into seed production once the female parts have been pollinated.
I found some pics that may prove useful. I can try to explain what I was seeing.
This first pic may be simply a male that I cullled, but you can clearly see the pollen sacs. These are different than calyxes as they are hanging from their own “stems” as opposed to growing directly in the junction between the main stalk and a leaf. (Please feel free to correct me if this is in any way inaccurate…)
The next two are the same picture with different levels of zoom on the male parts. This is definitely a hermie as you can see the female pistils as well as the rogue pollen sac.
Hope this helps!